Coach Robertson

Coach Kristy Robertson

Girls Player Development Clinic Winter/Spring 2021
Session 3

5 Weeks of clinics. REGISTRATION IS OPEN

Session 3: March 23rd – April 20th

Register Now!

Price $175 per player

Location Home Grown Indoor Sports 400 Osgood Street, North Andover, MA

Extremely limited space Each class is limited to 20 players
*No clinics week of February 16th

As a number of you return to our facility for the first time since April it is important that you understand our COVID policies and procedures.  They are listed below and are in place to keep you safe, make everyone feel comfortable and to ensure we are compliant with all guidelines provided by the state of Massachusetts and Governor Baker.

None of these policies are in place to alarm you or scare your children. We’ve been adhering to them all summer with our lacrosse customers and we’ve been able to have a great time. The kids adjust quickly and the smiles under the masks or through helmets make all the hoops we have to jump through seem like small tasks to get them back to sports.

  1. Air Flow – We will open all doors as well as at least 1, if not 2, of the massive garage doors to encourage air flow and circulation.
  2. Spectators – We do not allow any spectators inside the building. If you would like to watch your son or daughter’s class you are of course permitted to do so.  What simply we ask is that you watch from the garage doors with a mask on at all times.  We also ask that you do not stand directly in the doorway but back approximately 10 feet to allow players who may be running late to get into the building easily without having to move past you.
  3. Entrances and Exits – The entrance to the field is still down the side of the building, however we just have players come in the garage door on the side of the building rather than having them have to open two doors down the hallways. Players will wait outside the building, socially distanced, until a coach invites them to step onto the field. The previous class will exit the field prior to the new class entering. The players will exit the field by the loading bay in the front of the building. We ask that players do not start lining up for class earlier than 5 minutes prior to the start of their class. We also ask that all players go directly to their parents’ car as soon as their class is over.
  4. Sanitization – We have an employee sanitizing all commonly touched surfaces and equipment at all times. Their sole job is to ensure they are sanitizing surfaces and providing sanitization options for the players and coaches.
  5. Coaches – will be wearing masks at all times and will do their best to keep 6ft distance from players whenever possible.
  6. Players – Soccer and Lacrosse players must wear masks at all times, including during play, entering the building and exiting the building.
  7. Equipment – The only equipment permitted in the building is a personal water bottle, a soccer ball or lacrosse stick and whatever is on your person (protective equipment must be worn into the building). You cannot bring gear bags in the facility or a change of clothes.
  8. Water – We cannot provide any kind of public water per phase III sports restrictions. As such our water fill station has been turned off and disconnected for the time being. We recommend you bring your own water and label it clearly. Any water bottles left at the facility will be thrown out.
  9. Huddles and high fives – are not permitted right now. We hope they’ll be back soon.

Girls  Winter Clinics Session 3

High School (2022-2024)

Tuesdays: 8:00-9:00 pm

 2025 and 2027

Tuesdays: 7:00-8:00 pm


Tuesdays: 6:00-7:00 pm

Youth  (2028-2031 plus beginners)

Tuesdays: 5:00-6:00 pm

Girls  Winter Clinics Session 3

Youth 2028 – 2031 only 

Tuesdays: 6:00 – 7:00 pm

Our  Girls Development clinics are designed to rapidly improve players’ skills sets and lacrosse IQ.  For offensive players, we will focus on everything from shooting form to reading a slide package. For our defense, we run the gamut from approach angles to how and when to throw stick checks. Our focus for goalies runs from pipe positioning to footwork.

The clinics will include:

  • position-specific training
  • shooting mechanics
  • dodging
  • off-ball play
  • stick handling and positioning
  • footwork

and more essential skills.